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EAST CENTRAL 
JUNIOR COLLEGE 

1960 




Decatur, 



Mississippi 




Within these page 
forever bind us together 
this, the 1959-60 WO 
echoes of the many foo 
and on the campus shal 
toward the goals instil lee 




lie memories which shall 
As you turn each page of 
HE-LO, we hope the 
steps made in the corridors 
inspire you to reach higher 
! during this year at E . C . J . C, 




This year the Staff of the Wo-He-Lo takes great pleasure in dedicating this 
yearbook to a woman whom we, the Staff, the student body, and faculty con- 
sider a most outstanding individual. She is a person who has a sincere interest 
in those she so ably guides and directs. She is an untiring worker, a dedicated 
teacher, and her sincerity and graciousness have won for her an enduring place 
in the hearts and memories of those whose lives she has touched. As a small 
token of our appreciation and confidence, we humbly and gratefully dedicate 
this, the 1959-60 Wo-He-Lo, to Mrs. May R. Pennington. 




PRESIDENTS MESSAGE 

I am honored to be privileged to extend a brief word of thanks for all the 
labors going into this memorial publication which, I am sure, will grow more 
meaningful as the years go by. Certainly 1960 is a year to remember — the many 
lasting friendships, the academic accomplishments of so many fine young people, 
the victories in the several inter-school activities, the dedication of a fine 
new library, to mention a few. 

Especially, I want to extend to each and every personality contai-ned 
herein my very best wishes for a happy and a successful life during the years 
ahead. 

Most cordially, 



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L. D. FURGERSON 
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B. L. GRIFFIN 
Business Manager 




CLAYTON BLOUNT 
Dean of Men 



MISS ERMA LEE BARBER 
Dean of Women 



MRS. OLLIE PRINCE 
Assistant Dean of Women 




MRS. BOB EVERETT 

Commerce and Public 

Relations 




B.J. TUCKER 

Farm Manager and 

Agriculture 



FACULTY 

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STAFF 




MRS. B. J. TUCKER 
Secretary 




MRS. LEX MASON 
Secretary 




MRS. T. R. MAYS 
Secretary 




MRS . F/ M . CROSS 

Director Student 

Center and Book 

Store 

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O. B. MAYO 
Auto Mechanics 




MRS. B. L. GRIFFIN 
Secretary 




MRS. O. B. MAYO 
Student Center 




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MISS LUCILLE WOOD 
Physical Education 




Tough game, but we won it, Mr. Cheney, 
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DENVER BRACKEEN 

Basketball Coach 

Guidance 





THOMAS L. CHENEY 
Football Coach 
Commerce 




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English and French 




RUDOLPH MAYES 
English 





MRS. L. S. SIMMONS 
English and Reading 



OVID VICKERS 
English and Speech 



MISS ETHEL BURTON 
Librarian 





CALVIN HULL 
Social Science 



Pleased? Mr. Fick. 




L. B. SIMMONS 
Social Science 





MRS. JIM McMULLAN 
Social Science and German 









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Music 



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Music 



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Band Director 



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Math and Physics 




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Chemistry 




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Biology 



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Home Economics 



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Commerce 



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CHARLES PENNINGTON 
Commerce 



JAMES EZELLE 
Electricity 




MISS BARBARA ALLEN 
B.S.U. Director 



REV. J. L. NEILL 
Wesley Director 



R. C. ALLEN 
Forestry 



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H. W. THORNTON 
Nightwatchman 



MRS. EDGAR GORDON 
Dietitian 



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MAINTENANCE 





L. T. TURNER 



ALBERT EZELLE 



R. L. MILLING 



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NEWLY ERECTED LIBRARY SHOWING JACKSON HALL IN BACKGROUND 



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CLASSES 




SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 

President Melvin Tingle 

Vice-President Eckle Wood 

Secretary Hilda Adair 

Treasurer June Brantley 

Student Council Representatives . Kay Posey, Byran Barnett 
Sponsors Mrs. C. H. Hull, Mr. C. H. Hull 



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HILDA ANN ADAIR 
Newton 




SOPHOMORES 



NORMAN ADCOCK 
Philadelphia 

KEATON ADDKISON 
Louisville 



JAMES ALLEN ALFORD 
Walnut Grove 

BILLY FRANK ALFORD 
Morton 



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PAUL ALLEN 
Noxapater 

BOB BAKER 
Philadelphia 

JIMMY BARFIELD 
Forest 



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SOPHC 



BRYAN BARNETT 
Philadelphia 



CHARLES BISHOP 
Fairhope, Alabama 

BOBBIE NELL BLANTON 
Louisville 




WILLIAM RAYFORD BOOTH 
Morton 



JUNE BRANTLEY 
Philadelphia 

CARLETON BROCK 
Carthage 

LARRY NEAL BROWN 
Union 



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MORES 



JIMMY CHRESTMAN 
Daphne, Alabama 

MIKE COOK 
Philadelphia 

BROOKS COX 
Sebastopol 



JIMMY CAGLE 
Louisville 

BOBBY CALDWELL 
Crowville, Louisiana 



WILLIAM ALFRED CALLOWAY 
Pensacola, Florida 

BETTY CHAMBLEE 
Madden 



RILEY BURTON 
Newton 




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SOPHC 



ROBERT L. DAVIDSON 
Sebastopol 

OTIS RAY DAVIS 
Morton 



WILLIAM DOBBS 
Morton 

TIM DUCKWORTH 
Forest 




PATSY DUNIGAN 
Philadelphia 

BILL DURR 
Forest 

BETSY EASLEY 
Louisville 



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MORES 



JACK R. FULTON 
Union 

RODRIGO GONZALES 
Mexico 

JERRY GRAHAM 
Decatur 



PAUL EAVES 
Louisville 

LLOYD FERGUSON 
Carthage 



RALPH FRAZIER 
Louisville 



NANCY EAVES 
Louisville 




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SOPHC 



HAROLD GRAHAM 
Conehatta 





DENNIS GRAY 
Philadelphia 

DONALD GRISWOLD 
College Park, Georgia 



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JERRY HARRISON 
Union 

NANCY HEMBREE 
Philadelphia 

LARRY HENDERSON 
Forest 



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MORES 



WILLIAM HERRON 
Forest 




DON HOWINGTON 
Little Rock 

REVIA HUDSON 
Louisville 

PEGGY IDOM 
Newton 



RAY HILDEBRAND 
San Antonio, Texas 

TOMMYE HOGUE 
Walnut Grove 



MARIE HOLLINGSWORTH 
Newton 




BOB HOPKINS 
Holly Springs 



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EDDIE JOHNSON 
Philadelphia 




JOHN JOLLEY 
Forest 

DOYLE JONES 
Forest 



HARLAN JONES 
Philadelphia 

JOE KELLY 
Carthage 



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SOPHC 




ROY KIRKLAND 
Philadelphia 

DONNA KIRKSEY 
Union 

HAROLD LAND 
Louisville 



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MORES 



TOMMY LANDERS 
McCool 




FA YE LEACH 
Union 

MARY LEACH 
Conehatta 



RICHARD LIVINGSTON 
Morton 

MARTHA LYLE 
Philadelphia 



RAYMOND MABRY 
Lake 

HOMER McBRAYER 
Noxapater 

DALE McCANN 
Sebastopol 








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billy joe Mcdonald 

Fairhope, Alabama 




SOPHO 



donna Mcdowell 
Ackerman 

JEAN McMAHAN 
Union 



FA YE McNAIR 
Union 

BOB McNEIL 
Philadelphia 




JIM McPHAIL 
Carthage 

BARBARA MAJURE 
Madden 

SHERRELL MARSHALL 
Philadelphia 



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MORES 



RANDY MILES 
Neshoba 

MARVIN MILLER 
Louisville 

BRUCE MOORE 
Union 



ROBERT MILNER 
Morton 

JUNE MONROE 
Hickory 

DINKY MORRIS 
Philadelphia 



GAINES MASSEY 
Morton 






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EARNEST MATTHEWS 
Neshoba 



BRENDA JOYCE MILES 
Louisville 




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MARLENE MUNN 
Union 




THOMAS NEAL 
Morton 

JIMMIE NICHOLS 
Morton 



PEGGY NICKELL 
Dermott, Arkansas 

JOE NOWELL 
Philadelphia 




SOPHO 



TERSIE OLIPHANT 
Forest 

ZERELDA ORGERON 
Louisville 

JO LYNN PARKER 
Philadelphia 



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MORES 



KAY POSEY 
Union 

KENNETH POSEY 
Philadelphia 

RALPH PRICE 
Noxapater 



LAMAR PARKES 
Nanih Wayia 

ALBERT PARKS 
Louisville 



JO ANN PEAGLER 
Morton 

RAY PHILLIPS 
Carthage 





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ELIZABETH RICHARDSON 
Carthage 




SOPHC 






JANE RICHARDSON 
Carthage 

TOMMY RICHARDSON 
Enterprise 



TORRIS RYALS 
Louisville 

DOYLE SCAIFE 
Many, Louisiana 







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JESSIE SHOEMAKER 
Morton 

WILLIAM SIMKINS 
Decatur 

EDGAR SIMPSON 
Morton 



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MORES 



SONNY STOKES 
Philadelphia 

ANN SUDDUTH 
Carthage 

EUGENE TATE 
Forest 



CLINTON SMITH 
Philadelphia 

ELIZABETH SMITH 
Philadelphia 



CAROLYN STATON 
Union 



V.J. STEGALL 
Pelahatchie 



JANETTE SIMS 
Decatur 










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MELVIN TINGLE 
Philadelphia 




SOPHC 



DEQUENCY TOWNSEND 
Lena 

VIRGINIA WAGGONER 
Morton 

WILLIAM WALDRIP 
Forest 



DALE WALDROP 
Newton 

ELIZABETH WALKER 
Newton 

TRUMAN WALTON 
Newton 



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^MORES 



MARTIN WILLIAMSON 
Nanih Waiya 

WARREN WILLIS 
Union 

JERRY WINSTEAD 
Union 



ECKLE WOOD 
Philadelphia 

PAUL WRIGHT 
Carthage 

BILLY RAY YOUNG 
Forest 



RICHARD WEST 
Indianapolis, Indiana 




BEVERLY WHITE 
Philadelphia 

RILLA WILLIAMS 
Hickory 




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FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 

President Grady Palmer 

Vice-President Malcolm Massey 

Secretary Mary Randall 

Treasurer Ann Hester 

Reporter Peggy Lewis 

Student Council Representatives . . . Maxine Charlton, 

Larry Perry 
Sponsors Mr. Clayton Blount, Mr. Ovid Vickers 



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JO AGNEW 
Morton 




BILLY BAUCUM 
Newton 



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MARY ALDERMAN 
Carthage 



BILL ALEXANDER 
Little Rock 



PAT ALLEN 
Noxapater 




CHARLES ALLMAN 
Louisville 



BILLY ARLEDGE 
Philadelphia 



REBECCA BARRETT 
Philadelphia 



ASHTON BAUGH 
Fairhope, Alabama 

MARY BLAKENEY 
Forest 





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PEGGY BLISSETT 
Morton 

BOBBY BOGGAN 
Hickory 

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BETTIE BOYDSTUN 
Louisville 



CORVAIN BRANTLEY 
Forest 



VONNIE MAC BRELAND 
Newton 



FORREST BRIDGES 
Carthage 





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FRESH 



LARRY BRYAN 
Noxapater 



GEORGE BUCKNER 
Louisville 



CYNTHIA BURKES 
Philadelphia 




JERRY BURT 
Philadelphia 

SUE BUTTS 
Union 




JEFF CAIN 
Fairhope, Alabama 

TONY CARNEVALE 
Montclair, N. J. 



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DANA CAIN 
Marietta, Georgia 



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DAN CARPENTER 
Carthage 



MEN 




RALPH CLARK 
Louisville 




CHARLES CARTER 
Newton 



MAXINE CHARLTON 
Louisville 



WYDEL CLARK 
Philadelphia 

JIM CLARKIN 
Gloversville, N. Y. 



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PAT CARTER 
Philadelphia 



WAYNE CAVE 
Prichard, Alabama 




FREDDIE CHILES 
Louisville 



BILLY CHISOLM 
Union 





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MAURICE CLAY 
Louisville 

AL CONROW 
Fairhope, Alabama 



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KEITH COOPER 
Morton 



FLOYCE COPELAND 
Newton 



MARLON COPELAND 
Philadelphia 



ARTHUR COWARD 
Morton 




LORETTA COWARD 
Morton 







FRESH 



TIM CROSWELL 
Philadelphia 



TOM CROSWELL 
Philadelphia 




ROBERT CUMBERLAND 
Philadelphia 

BILL DAMERY 
Kodiak, Alaska 




DEAN DAUGHERTY 
Mcintosh, Alabama 



MARTHA DELK 
Columbus 

BOB DENNIS 
Gwin, Alabama 

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RONALD DODSON 
Ireland, Indiana 



JEAN DODSON 
Forest 



LAVON DOZIER 
Neshoba 



MEN 





JAY DYER 
Knoxville, Tennessee 







TIM EAKES 
Philadelphia 



JON EDMUNDSON 
Fairhope, Alabama 

EDWARD EICHELBERGER 
Forest 



HELEN EAVES 
Louisville 






DOYLE EAVES 
Louisville 




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FRANK EAVES 
Louisville 



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GEORGE ETHEREDGE 
Calvert, Alabama 

JOE EUBANKS 
Philadelphia 

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ELMA DEAN EVANS 
Lake 



ANNETTE EVERETT 
Hickory 



CORBIN EVANS 
Mobile, Alabama 



PEGGY FAIRCHILDS 
Forest 



ANCIE EVERETT 
Hickory 




EULA MAE FLEMING 
Louisville 




PAT FLINT 
Philadelphia 

ROBERT FORTENBERRY 

Morton 



EVERETT FOX 
Noxapater 

DALTON GARNER 
Morton 

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CHARLES EVERETT 
Hickory 



FRESH 




LOIS FOSTER 
Union 




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MARY GARNER 
Morton 




GRETCHEN GERMANY 
Philadelphia 




CHARLOTTE GRAHAM 
Decatur 



JAMES GRAHAM 
Philadelphia 



MEN 




MARGENE GREGORY 
Decatur 



SHIRLEY GRESSETT 
Chunky 



MAURY GUNTER 
Decatur 







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JERRY HARBOUR 


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FRANCES HAYS 


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SUE HAMILTON' 




Philadelphia 







JANICE HENDERSON 
Koscuisko 

ANN HESTER 
House 

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EARL HICKS 
Union 



MARY HIGGINBOTHAN 
Philadelphia 



JOAN HILL 
Louisville 



LARRY HOGUE 
Forest 




OLIVER HOPKINS 
Forest 




FAY HORTON 
Louisville 




HENRY HORTON 
Louisville 



IRA HORTON 
Louisville 

GAYLE HUNT 
Louisville 



FRESE 




NANCY DREW HUNT 
Forest 



JOHN IRBY 
Morton 

ROBERT JAMES 
Little Rock 



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SONNY JENKINS 
Philadelphia 



FRANK JOHNSON 
Lena 



ANN JONES 
Decatur 



RITA JONES 
Forest 



MEN 




DOT KERN 
Morton 




WILLIE JEAN JONES 
Carthage 



LEONARD KNIGHT 
Chunky 

KENNETH KNOX 
Calvert, Alabama 



ANN JORDAN 
Louisville 




GARY JOYNER 
House 





DEAN KOCH 
Fairhope, Alabama 

ODESSA LAMKIN 
Lawrence 

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FRANCES LANE 
Forest 




RAY LATHEM 
Carthage 



LINDA LEA 
Philadelphia 



DAPHNE LEWIS 
Forest 




PEGGY LEWIS 
Morton 




SYBLE LEWIS 
Morton 



LaHOMA LOCKWOOD 
Collinsville 




BOBBIE LONG 
Forest 

MARY ANN LOPER 
Decatur 



TOMMY LUCROY 
Decatur 

MARTHA McALISTER 
Decatur 

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FRESH 




PAT LOVORN 
Louisville 





FRANK McCLUSKEY 
Carthage 



RICHARD McCOY 
Morton 



LOUIS McDILL 
Conehatta 



JOHNNY McGEE 
Morton 



MEN 




JOHN McMICHAEL 
Philadelphia 




JUDY McLAUCHLIN 
Philadelphia 



MAX McLELLAND 
Andalusia, Alabama 



BILLY MAGEE 
Carthage 

CHARLES MAJOR 
Fairhope, Alabama 




TRUMAN MANNING 
Morton 

BOBBIE JO MARSHALL 
Philadelphia 

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BILL McMAHEN 
Union 





SARAH MARTIN 
Philadelphia 




RENA MASON 
Alvin, Texas 



MALCOLM MASSEY 
Forest 



FAYE MAYO 
Gwin, Alabama 




EVA NELL MILLER 
Carthage 



GARY MILLER 
Collinsville 




GLYNDA MING 
Louisville 



BUDDY MONTGOMERY 
Philadelphia 

JOHN MOORE 
Carthage 



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MARGIE MOORE 
Carthage 



MARVIN MOORE 
Philadelphia 

JANE MOORE 
Forest 

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TRUMAN MOORE 
Carthage 



VERNON MOTT 
Union 



LINDA MOTT 
Philadelphia 



JAMES MULLINS 
Birmingham, Alabama 



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NEVA KATE MYATT 
Philadelphia 




CHARLOTTE MUNDAY 
Lena 



FRANKLIN MYERS 
Carthage 

JACK NEESE 

Neshoba 



WAYNE MUNN 
Little Rock 



TED MURDOCK 
Forest 






TRAVIS NELSON 
Daphne, Alabama 

SHELBY NICHOLSON 
Neshoba 

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SHARON OSBORN 
Lena 



GRADY PALMER 
Louisville 



BOB KELLY PARKS 
Enterprise 



MACK PARTRIDGE 
Philadelphia 




JOE PENNINGTON 
Decatur 



JANETTE PEOPLES 
Madden 




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LARRY PERRY 
Edinburg 



KATHRYN RAINER 
Newton 

MARY BLANCHE RANDALL 
Forest 



ROBERT REED 
Conehatta 

AVIS REED 
Louisville 

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FRES, 




GAY NELL REA 
Philadelphia 





HARRY REEVES 
Lena 



BILL RICHARDSON 
Morton 



WILLIAM RICHARDSON 
Morton 





BEVERLY RIDDELL 
Carthage 



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CHARLES ROBINSON 
Hickory 




PEGGY RIG DON 
Union 



VONCILLE RUSHING 
Union 

SHELBY SANDERS 
Carthage 




MARGARET RISHER 
Madden 



ANGIE SCARBOROUGH 
Carthage 

NAN SHIELDS 
Kosciusko 

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ROY ROBERTS 
Forest 





HARRY SIMPSON 
Fairhope, Alabama 



BETTY SUE SIMS 
Decatur 



CLEMMER SLATON 
Noxapater 



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BOBBIE NELL SMITH 
Louisville 




RODNEY SMITH 
Philadelphia 



STEVE SMITH 
Fargo, Georgia 





WILLIAM SMITH 
Little Rock 



CHARLOTTE STAMPER 
Chunky 

LENORA STEGALL 
Morton 



JIMMY STOKES 
Homewood 

WILLIAM STOKES 
Homewood 

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ONEAL STOKES 
Preston 






DONNA STREBECK 
Hickory 



JIMMY STROUD 
Lake 



BETTY STUART 
Philadelphia 



MORRIS STUART 
Carthage 



MEN 




LARRY THOMAS 
Morton 




MAY TARRER 
Forest 



WILLIAM EARL THOMAS 
Union 

KENNETH THOMPSON 
Philadelphia 



TERRY TERELl 
Decatur 



BETTY THOMAS 
Union 





CHRISTINE THOMPSON 
Decatur 

BILLY WAYNE THORNTON 
Carthage 

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CHARLOTTE THORNTON 
Carthage 



DAVID THRASHER 
Louisville 



WILMATH TOLBERT 
Canton 



EDWIN TOLLESON 
Carthage 



PAT TIDWELL 
Philadelphia 



FA YE VALENTINE 
Decatur 




HENRY VARNER 
Philadelphia 

JOHN VIVERETTE 
Forest 



AUSTIN WAGGONER 
Forest 

SOLLIE WAGGONER 
Forest 

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GLENDA TOLBERT 
Carthage 




FRESH 




THOMAS VOWELL 
Edinburg 




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New lull 



THOMAS WALLACE 
Lena 



JOHNNY WALTON 

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LINDA WANSLEY 
Decatur 



MEN 




ANN WILCHER 
Decatur 



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PEGGY WANSLEY 
Decatur 



HEDY ANN WILLIAMS 
Conehatta 

MYRNA WILLIAMS 
Newton 




MARTHA JO WARD 
Louisville 



PATSY WILLIAMS 
Hickory 

RUDY WILLIAMS 
Forest 

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JAMES WARE 
Carthage 





DEE ALAN WILLIS 
Philadelphia 



SHERRY WILSON 
Union 



JOHNNY WINDHAM 
Union 



DON WOMBLE 
Louisville 









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Louisville 



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FIRST ROW: Roy Watkins, Lee Coleman, Charles Brantley, O, B. Mayo, Instructor; Arleigh Allen, 
Wendell Morris. SECOND ROW: James Adams, Jessie McGee, Thelton Bell, Harold Hanson, Melvin 
Petty, Gary Busby, Johnny Hurt, James Dean, George Thrash, Jackie Tew, Floyd Watkins. 



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ELECTRICITY CLASS 




FIRST ROW: Charles Williams, Bernard Rigdon, Maurice Amis, James Prisock. SECOND ROW: Alfred F. 
Vincent, Derwood Sistrunk, Glenn Coward, Thomas M. Underwood, Darvin Sessums, James C. Ezelle, 
Instructor. 



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SOPHOMORE 
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MISS KAY POSEY 



MISS DINKEY MORRIS 



MISS JANE RICHARDSON 



FRESHMAN MAIDS 




MISS MAXINE CHARLTON 



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DORMITORY 
QUEENS 



Neshoba Hall 






MISS PAT TIDWELL 




Winston 



MISS BOBBIE LONG 



MISS BOBBIE SMITH 



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Todd 
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miss janette sims 

miss judy 
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Dana Cain 



Peggy Lewis 



Patsy Dunigan 
Syble Lewis 



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Bill Richardson 
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Donna Kirksey 




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Dick West 
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Larry Thomas 



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3illy McDonald 
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Paul Allen 




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Tommy Hogue 




Jo Lynn Parker 



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Nancy Hembree 
Treasurer 




Bob Baker 
Drama 



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Miss Barbara Allen, Director 




COUNCIL 



Mr. Frank Rives, Faculty Advisor 
Jimmy Barfield, President 



Doyle Jones, Vice-President 
Donna McDowell, Secretary 
Ann Sudduth, Y.W.A. Rep. 



Charles Bishop, Brotherhood Rep. 

Rilla Williams, Librarian 

Donna Kirksey, Devotional Chairman 



Bill Durr, Social Chairman 

Don Howington, Training Union Rep. 

Jeanette Sims, Sunday School Rep. 



Betty Chamblee, Publicity Chairman 
Jane Richardson, Enlistment Chairman 
Harold Graham, Enlistment Chairman 



Lois Foster, Stewardship Chairman 
Carolyn Staton, Missions Chairman 
Faye McNair, Music Chairman 



Ina Fay Leach, Paper Editor 

Melvin Tingle, S.C.A. Rep. 

Roy Roberts, B.S.U. Room Chairman 



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Keaton Addkison, President 



Mike Peden, Vice-President 
Patsy Dunigan, Secretary 




Odessa Lamkin, Reporter 
Mr. J. W. Bed well, Sponsor 
Norman Adcock 
Mary Alderman 



Paul Allen 
Jimmy Barfield 
Buck Bishop 
Bobbie Blanton 



Forrest Bridges 
Cynthia Burkes 
Jimmy Cagle 
Charles Carter 



Betty Chamblee 
Maxine Charlton 
Mike Cook 
Tim Croswell 



Tom Croswell 
Martha Delk 
Helen Eaves 
Annette Everett 



Peggy Fairchilds 
Everett Fox 
Mary Garner 
Margene Gregory 



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Shirley Gres^ett 
Sue Hamilton 




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Faye Hortan 
Henry Horton 
Ira Horton 



Peggy Idom 
Jean Jones 
Ann Jordan 
Dot Kern 



Tom Landers 
Linda Lea 
Bobbie Long 
Martha Lynn Lyle 



Tommy Lucroy 
Bobbie Jo Marshall 
Renna Sue Mason 
Faye Mayo 



Frank McChiskey 
Donna McDowell 
Judy McLaughlin 
Jean McMahan 



Brenda Joyce Miles 
Glenda Ming 
June Monroe 
Margie Moore 



Marvin Moore 
Jane Moore 
Linda Mott 
Jim Mullins 



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Franklin Myers 
Peggy Nickell 
Sharon Osborn 



Albert Parks 
Larry Perry 
Ralph Price 
Kathryn Rainer 



Mary Randall 
Avis Reed 
Beverly Riddell 
Peggy Rigdon 



Roy Roberts 
Angie Scarborough 
Nan Shields 
Bill Simkins 



Harry Simpson 
Bobbie Smith 
Lib Smith 
Morris Stuart 



Gene Tate 
Terry Terrell 
Dorsey Lee Thomas 
Charlotte Thornton 



Henry Varner 
Elizabeth Walker 
Martha Ward 
Myrna Williams 



Patsy Williams 
Rilla Williams 
Sherry Wilson 
Jerry Winstead 




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INTERNA TIONAL 




RELA TIONS 



CLUB 



Bob Baker 
Jane Richardson 



Dale Waldrop 
Revia Hudson 



Billy Joe 
McDonald 


Joan Hill 
Mary Leach 


President 





Tommye Hogue 
Tommy Richardson 



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Rudy Williams 


Mrs. Madeline 




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Sponsor 






Ann Sudduth 




Geoffrey Cain 




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Mr. L. E. Cliburn, Sponsor 

Donna Kirksey, President 

Elizabeth Richardson, Vice-President 

Nancy Hembre, Secretary and Treasurer 



Jane Richardson, Program Chairman 
Tommye Hogue 
Tommy Richardson 
Lois Foster 



Charlotte Graham 
Rita Jones 
Pat Tidwell 
William Waldrip 



Belvery White 
Stephen Smith 
Elma Dean Evans 
Truman Moore 



William Alexander 
Dale Waldrop 
Percy Parker 
Ollie Faye McNair 



Lloyd Fergurson 
Barbara Majure 
Melvin Tingle 
Gayle Hunt 



Harold Graham 
Betty Stuart 
Peggy Blissett 
Jo Ann Peagler 



Marlene Munn 
Ina Faye Leach 
Voncile Rushing 
Jeanette Peoples 
Mary Leach 

Clemmer Slaton 
Glenda Tolbert 
Margaret Risher 
Bettie Boydstun 
Virginia Waggoner 



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June Brantley, Vice-President 




Martha McAlister, Secretary 

Gay Nell Rea, Treasurer 

Betty Thomas, Public Relations 



HOME 
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CLUB 



Sue Butts, Historian 

Pat Flint, Social Chairman 



Wilmath Tolbert, Membership 

Chairman 
Sara Martin 
Mrs. Hull, Sponsor 




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Treasurer 



Charles 
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Jerry Graham 
Reporter 





Don Howington 
President 



Mr. Tucker 
Sponsor 



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Joe Eubanks 
Program Chairman 



Dan Carpenter 
Sentinel 




AGRICULTURE 



CLUB 



Jimmy 
Crestman 



Arthur 
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Harold 
Land 



George 
McDill 



Jimmy 
Nichols 




Robert 
Redd 



Harry 
Rives 




Jimmy 
Stokes 



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Zerelda Orgeron 
President 

Paul Eaves 
Vice-President 




Liz Richardson 
Secretary-Treasurer 

Mr. Vickers 
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Harold Graham 
Mary Higgenbotham 
Bob Hopkins 



Peggy Idom 
Peggy Lewis 
Syble Lewis 
Brenda loyce Miles 



Jane Moore 
Charlotte Munday 
Peggy Nickell 
Jo Lynn Parker 



Mary B. Randall 
Jane Richardson 
Charlotte Stamper 
Ann Sudd nth 



Pat Tidwell 
Beverly White 
Smith E. Wood 
Jimmy Yarbrough 



Hilda Adair 
Jo Agnew 
Bob Baker 



Bryan Barnett 
Betsy Easley 
Helen Eaves 




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STANDING: 






Floyce Cope land 


Charlotte Munday 




Kay Posey 


Jo Agnew 




Zerelda Orgeron 


June Brantley 




Pat Lovern 


Belvery White 




Kathryn Rainer 


Gaynell Rea 




Elma Evans 


Donna McDowell 




Jeanette Peoples 


Sue Hamilton 




Renna Mason 


Cynthia Burkes 




Linda Wansley 


Linda Lea 




Sue Butts 


Nancy Hunt 
Dale Waldrop 






HEAD MAJORETTE 


MISS VONCILLE RUSHING 


Nancy Eaves 








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Bernard Bryan 

Keaton Addkinson 

Tim Duckworth 

Geoff Cain 

Tersie Oliphant 

Dean Koch 

Bob Davidson 

Johnny McGee 

Harry Simpson 

Roy Roberts 

Mr. F. E. Leatherwood 




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CLUB 




Mr. T. R. Mayes, Sponsor 

Bobby Jo Marshall 

Linda Wansley 

Sue Hamilton 

Pat Flint 

Jack Neese 

William Thomas 

Jerry Harrison 

Grady Palmer 

Bob Redd 

Marlon Copeland 

George McDill 

Linda Lea 



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FIRST ROW: 
Bobby Boggan 
Malcolm Massey 
Bob Kelly Parks 
Johnny Windham 
Gene Tate 
Voncille Rushing 
Marvin Miller 
Billy Gross 
Paul Wright 
James Cagle 
George Felton 



SECOND ROW: 
Larry Brown 
Paul Eaves 
Betty Thomas 
Kathyrn Rainer 
Bobbie Marshall 
Linda Mott 
Virginia Waggonel 



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MR. T. L. TENHET 
Director 



Maxine Charlton 
Pat Flint 
Lois Foster 
G lend a Ming 
Dot Kern 
V. J. Stegall 
, Randy Miles 



THIRD ROW: 
Mikael Peden 
Cynthia Burkes 
Martha McAlister 
Betty Sue Sims 
Christine Thompson 
Sue Butts 
Jo Agnew 
Lenora Stegall 
Linda Lea 
Fa ye Valentine 
Tommy Richardson 



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FIRST ROW: 
Kathryn Rainer 
Barbara Majure 
Ollie Faye McNair 
Nancy Drew Hunt 
Peggy Fairchilds 
Helen Eaves 
Jo Agnew 
Maxine Charlton 
Lois Foster 
June Brantley 



SECOND ROW: 
Patricia Lovern 
May Tarrier 
Jean Dodson 
Lenora Stegall 
Voncille Rushing 
Mary Leach 
Betty Chamblee 
Tommye Hogue 
Donna McDowell 



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Larry Brown 
Roy Roberts 
V. J. Stegall 
George Felton 
Travis Nelson 
Marvin Miller 
Harry Simpson 
Malcolm Massey 



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Jeff Cain 
Jimmy Burroughs 
Paul Eaves 
Tim Eakes 
Bob Kelly Parks 
Jack Neese 
Grady Palmer 
Larry Hogue 
Tommy Richardson 



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Malcolm Massey 

Recorders, which are woodwind instruments much like a toy tin whistle, 
are played by blowing through a whistle-type mouthpiece while closing or 
opening the six side-holes with the fingers. The early recorders, which 
were made of wood, were of different sizes and pitches. They were popular 
in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries and were used for chamber music 
in a small audience hall. These instruments were used to play madrigals, 
a lyric, usually featuring a famous character and adapted to musical 
setting. East Central is fortunate in receiving these recorders from an 
anonymous benefactress. 



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Kathy Rainer. 



GIRLS' CHOIR 




FIRST ROW: June Brantley, Peggy Fairchild, Maxine Charlton, Nancy Hunt, Mrs. Ogletree, May Tarrer. 
SECOND ROW: Frances Lane, Jean Dodson, Helen Eaves, Voncille Rushing, Avis Reed. THIRD ROW: Linda 
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President Larry Henderson 

Vice-President . Randy Miles 

Secretary Lib Smith 

Treasurer Peggy Nickel I 



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CHAPEL AND CALENDAR 

Donna Kirksey 
Zerelda Orgeron 
Hilda Adair 
Malcolm Massey 



Larry Brown 
Doyle Scaife 
Tony Carnavale 
Paul Eaves 



Cynthia Burkes 
Linda Mott 
Betty Sue Sims 
Bob Baker 



S. B. A. 



POINT AND ELECTION 

Lois Foster 
Bobby Bogan 
Nancy Hembree 
Faye Valentine 



Jerry Winstead 
Arthur Coward 
Ann Sudduth 
Jane Richardson 



Sue Butts 
Charles Allman 
Billy Chisolm 
Johnny Windham 




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SOCIAL 

Bill Herron 
Betsey Easley 
Billy Frank Alford 
Mary Blanche Randall 



Barry Tisdale 
Billy Joe McDonald 
Peggy Lewis 
Paul Wright 



Syble Lewis 
Warren Willis 
Lenora Stegall 
Rodney Daffron 




COMMITTEES 




HOSPITALITY 

Nancy Hunt 
Jimmy Yarbrough 
Bobby Caldwell 
Jane Moore 



Freddie Chiles 
Paul Eaves 
Bill Richardson 
Peggy Fairchilds 



William Richardson 
Peggy Nickell 
Charlotte Stamper 
Charlotte Munday 




FRESHMEN: 

Gayle Hunt 

President 
Linda Lea 

Secretary 
Odessa Lamkin 

Treasurer 



LaHoma Lockwood 

Civic Leader 
Avis Reed 

Religious Chairman 
Jo Agnew 

Social Chairman 



WOMEN'S COUNCIL 



SOPHOMORES: 

Betsy Easley 
President 

Lib Smith 
Secretary 

Kay Posey 
Treasurer 



Zee Orgeron 

Social Chairman 
Nancy Hembree 

Civic League Chairman 
Fay McNair 

Religious Chairman 




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Barry Tisdale 

President 
Bobby Caldwell 

Vice-President 
Billy Joe McDonald 

Secretary- President 

Neshoba Hall 



Dick Livingston 
Billy Frank Alford 
Bill McMahan 



Eddie Johnson 
Brooks Cox 
Doyle Jones 



Jon Bounds 
Bob Hopkins 
Gaines Massey 



MEN'S COUNCIL 



Larry Henderson 
Keaton Addkison 
Morris Stuart 
Vice-President, Neshoba Hall 



Rodrigo Gonzales 

Secretary, Neshoba Hall 
Albert Parks 

President, Winston Hall 
Grady Palmer 

Vice-President, Winston Hall 

Bobby Boggan 

President, Scott Hall 
Clinton Smith 

Vice-President, Scott Hall 
Don Howingtoh 

President, Todd' Hall 

Jerry Harrison 

Vice-President, Todd Hall 
Charles Bishop 

Secretary, Todd Hall 
Clayton Blount 

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The Executive Staff of the TOM-TOM discusses plans for the next edition of the paper. MEMBERS OF THE STAFF 
ARE, (LEFT TO RIGHT): Hilda Adair, Ollie Faye McNair, Donna Kirksey , Tommye Hogue, and Norman Adcock. 




One of the most valuable sources of news is the co -operating 
faculty of which Glenda Tolbert takes full advantage. 



With "noses for news," Lahoma Lockwood 
and Mary Garner find social highlights in the 
Student Center. 




The coaches are the source for most of the sports 
news. Sports writers Larry Hogue and Randy 
Miles interview Coach Brackeen. 



The TOM-TOM presents news from each department in every 
issue. Charlotte Thornton, reporter, interviews Mr. Ovid 
Vickers concerning activities in the Speech Department. 





Feature writer, Clemmer Slaton, and sports writer, Harold Graham, ponder 
over fresh angles and ideas for their new assignments, while Hedy Ann 
Williams and Jack Neese , columnists, search for original views for their 
columns, "In My Opinion" and "Campus Christianity. " 




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Reporters Betty Thomas and Marlon Copeland (LEFT) wait 
anxiously for the sponsor to accept their articles for publi- 
cation. 



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Happy with the finished product, Joan Hill (RIGHT) turns 
in her articles to be checked. 



From the "dark room" come spice and variety for the paper 
as Jerry Harrison and Bob Redd, school photographers, 
develop pictures for the publication. 





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Readying copy on press night for the printers are typists Ann Wilcher, Willie Jean Jones, Sue Hamilton, Odessa 
Lampkin, Eula Mae Fleming, and Patricia Lovern. 




The making up of the dummy presents pleasure as well as problems for the Executive Staff 




Circulation staff mem- 
bers, Don Howington and 
James Joyner, discuss their 
task of sending TOM-TOMS 
from Denver, Colorado, to 
Baltimore, Maryland. 



Jimmy Barfield and Jerry 
Winstead, Advertising Staff, 
are busily preparing ads for 
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SOPHOMORE CLASS EDITORS -- Kay Posey, Liz 
Stuart, Martha Lyle, Virginia Waggoner , Ilene 
Fuller. 



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SPORTS EDITORS -- Belvery White, Keaton Add- 
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FRESHMAN CLASS EDITORS -- Johnny Windham, 
Pat Flint, Frank McCluskey, Peggy Fairchild. 





FEATURE EDITORS -- Linda Lea, Betty Chamb- 
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ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY -- Dot Kern, 
Peggy Nickell, Nancy Hunt 



PICTURE EDITOR -- June Brantley 
SECRETARY -- Patsy Dunigan 




ART EDITOR -- Wilmath Tolbert 



ORGANIZATIONS -- Loretta Coward, Barbara 
Majure, Sue Butts, Peggy Blissett, Ann Sudduth 



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Charles Bishop 



Vice-President 
Travis Nelson 



Secretary 
Marvin Miller 




Bobby Boggan 



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R. Hudson R. Jones D. Kirksey I. Leach 




M. Leach L. Lockwood D. McDowell F. McNair 



Miles C. Munday M. Munn 




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J. Peagler J. Peoples A. Reed E. Richardson J. Richardson M. Risher V. Rushing 

C. Staton L. Stegall G. Tolbert W. Tolbert D. Waldrop B. White A. Wilcher 





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FIRST ROW: David Weems, Roger Warren, Joe DePriest, James Brand, Jerry Dean. SECOND ROW: Ed Easterwood, 
Carey Kelly, Charles Crews, Wade Bounds, Toppy Owens, Joe Manci. THIRD ROW: Alton McNeil, Bobby Posey, 
J. A. Phillips, Jr. , Ford McLelland, Jerry Webb, Buddy demons. 



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